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Feb 25, 2014 6:00pm PST
bay area's biggest city. as of right now it's a wide-open race. larry joins us and larry, we're talking about a poll that came out about san jose, the next mayor, anything surprise you? >> lots of things. this pole was sponsored by the south bay labor federation and three other unions and from the outcome, you got to believe they are pretty happy with the results, at least for the moment. take a look here. we see results as of february 20th when this was finished, and what we saw at the top is dave cortesa with 19% and madison win with 15% and now there were a couple others at 4% and yes, about 38, 39% undecided, which tells you, as you said at the beginning raj, wide open. >> there is notable and well-funded names here. why aren't they standing out? >> that's one of several outties. sam raised the most money by far, three, four times as much as other candidates and yet, it hasn't helped much. even in his third-place standing. m madison nguyen and dave cortese at the top. why? perhaps other leading candidates are members of city counsel and maybe they are cancelling each other o
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